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Moving Average Colored EMA/SMA

This script will give you the ability to put an EMA and/or SMA on the chart that changes color based upon the direction. Default at startup is EMA visible and SMA hidden. When the MA is moving up, it is green. When the MA is moving down, it is red. You can change the color to whatever you like.
Script open-source

Nello spirito di condivisione promosso da TradingView, l'autore (al quale vanno i nostri ringraziamenti) ha deciso di pubblicare questo script in modalità open-source, così che chiunque possa comprenderlo e testarlo. Puoi utilizzarlo gratuitamente, ma il riutilizzo del codice è subordinato al rispetto del Regolamento. Per aggiungerlo al grafico, mettilo tra i preferiti.

Vuoi usare questo script sui tuoi grafici?
//Created by Robert Nance on 072315
study(title="Moving Average Colored EMA/SMA", shorttitle="Colored EMA /SMA", overlay=true)
emaplot = input (true, title="Show EMA on chart")
len = input(8, minval=1, title="ema Length")
src = close
out = ema(src, len)
up = out > out[1]
down = out < out[1]
mycolor = up ? green : down ? red : blue
plot(out and emaplot ? out :na, title="EMA", color=mycolor, linewidth=3)


smaplot = input (false, title="Show SMA on chart")
len2 = input(8, minval=1, title="sma Length")
src2 = close
out2 = sma(src2, len2)
up2 = out2 > out2[1]
down2 = out2 < out2[1]
mycolor2 = up2 ? green : down2 ? red : blue
plot(out2 and smaplot ? out2 :na , title="SMA", color=mycolor2, linewidth=1)

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can this indicator give message when price crossing line?
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repo32 vitalycool
@vitalycool, You can do that with most indicators. Just right click on the line and setup an alert.
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How can I use the 'Colored EMA/SMA' (repo32) indicator so that it compares every asset on Tradingview and sends me an email as soon as it goes to green uptrend on the Monthly time-frame? I would love it if it could do this. It would save the trader from spending huge amounts of time in looking for an asset on Tradingview that has just gone into an uptrend.
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there seem to be 3 colors.. what does the blue color stand for?
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which language it is> and howto use?
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This is really great, thanks for making it available.

I'm trying to apply the idea to this HPotter's ADV Line indicator, but can't figure it out. Any chance you could help?
This is the code:

study(title="Advance/Decline Volume Line", shorttitle="ADV Line", overlay = false)
AdvSymbolVolume = input(title="Advancing Volume Symbol", type=symbol, defval="USI:UVOL")
DecSymbolVolume = input(title="Declining Volume Symbol", type=symbol, defval="USI:DVOL")
Resolutin = input(title="Resolution", type=resolution, defval="D")
xASVValue = security(AdvSymbolVolume, Resolutin, close)
xDSVValue = security(DecSymbolVolume, Resolutin, close)
NetADV = xASVValue - xDSVValue
nRes = nz(nRes, 0) + NetADV
plot(nRes, color=green, title="ADV Line", style=line)

Many thanks in advance.
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repo32 OTMRob
@OTMRob, At first glance you are trying to create a new value that is referencing itself (nRes): nRes = nz(nRes, 0) + NetADV
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OTMRob repo32
@repo32, thanks for the reply, sorry to take so long to reply myself, I hadn't noticed the alert...
I'm not familiar enough with pine to understand what you're saying there about the self referencing value, unfortunately, but would love to try to understand if you have the time to explain. This is @HPotter 's script.

I would be happy to pay for the script above with code that changes color based upon the direction added in.

Thanks,
Rob
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repo32 OTMRob
@OTMRob, Please post the link to the script.
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OTMRob repo32
@repo32,

Thanks in advance.
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